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business strategist and best-selling author, carol roth and republican pollster, kristen soltis. who do you think won last night? >> i think joe biden won the debate. his mission was to go in, energize democrats, defend the president's record and challenge congressman ryan on some of the misrepresentations that they've made about obama/biden record and frankly, ask him for specifics about what they would do, this mystery tax plan and whose budget are they actually running on. i think he did all of that last night and did it really well. >> kristen, do you agree with that? >> no, but i think it's possible for republicans to really think their guy won and for democrats to really think their guy won. i don't think this is partisan spinning because both men went in with different objectives. joe biden went in with his objective being i'm going to heckle the republicans, and fire up my base. he did that. i think paul ryan said i have to go in and prove i can be vice president or president of the united states. i think there are no republicans out there complaining about his performance. i think
't want to answer. they're sucking up to the gun lobby nra. i don't get it. let's turn to you. carol, outsourcing jobs. i've been banging on about this, too. i don't like the fact successful american companies ship out like apple ten times as many of their jobs to china as they do this country. you put them on the spot. i wasn't impressed by the answers. were you? >> not at all. i think they could have gone a little further and gone more into the meat of the matter. instead of speaking in general terms. that's what i've been hearing throughout the campaign is, yeah, we need jobs but nothing specific, so i was disappointed. >> jeremy, you haven't got a job. are you more likely to get one if barack obama or mitt romney wins after what we heard last night? >> if mitt romney win he said i would have a job by the time i graduate in 2014. >> do you believe him? >> i don't think so, but they have to say that. they're trying to get your vote. i honestly think in terms of my question, i don't know that they specifically addressed my question because i was asking about the college student in m
to the gun lobby and the nra. i just don't get it. let's turn to you. carol, outsourcing jobs, i have been banging on about this too. i don't like the fact that successful american companies ship out like apple, ten time as many of their jobs to china as this country. put them on the spot, i wasn't really impressed by the answers, were you? >> i think they could have gone a little further and instead of speaking in general terms and that's what i've been hearing throughout the campaign, but nothing specific. i was disappointed. >> jeremy, you haven't got a job. are you more likely to get one if mitt romney wins or barack obama wins? >> if mitt romney wins, he says i'll have a job by the time i graduate in 2014. >> do you believe him? >> i don't know. i don't know if they both specifically addressed the question i was asking for the group of people i was representing, which is the 20-year-old college student in my position, so i think they went on a little bit of a tailspin, not answering what i wanted to get out of it. >> that's how you carried it. the big flashpoint of the evening, you kn
Search Results 0 to 13 of about 14 (some duplicates have been removed)